IUCN STATUS: Least concern
The greater kudu is the second largest of the antelopes, with eland being the largest. They are widely distributed in Africa - southern Chad, Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia, Somalia, Namibia, Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Zambia. Males have impressive horns growing up to 2 meters! Greater kudu are browsers meaning they primarily feed on leaves and spend over half their day foraging. Kudu are accomplished jumpers – jumping heights of over 2.5 metres!
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We care for over 400 animals across 50 species. Our expert keepers look after the incredible animals that call our 100 acre park home, day in and day out and welcome you to take a peek into a world where the animals really do come first.